Rambo

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(ended 1986)

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Rambo

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Rambo was based on the successful movie franchise of the same name starring Sylvester Stallone as freedom fighter John Rambo. The cartoon series debuted in April of 1986 as a five part mini series, and was renewed in September as a daily cartoon. Unfortunately the series only last one season and was cancelled in December of the same year.

In the cartoon, Rambo was now part of a team called The Force of Freedom which went on missions around the world battling against the evil organization S.A.V.A.G.E., led by General Warhawk. Although the cartoon was filled with lots of fighting and gun fire, there was never any sensational violence, blood or gore, and rarely did anyone ever die. Rambo used violence as a last result and relyed on quick thinking and fast moves to outwit his opponents.

The cartoon spawned a line of action figures and nearly half of the episodes were released on VHS. The series was reaired once in 2000 on the Sci Fi channel.

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    • A decent effort to bring Rambo to a cartoon...remember vaguely the stories but it was exciting for me as a kid...

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      I remember watching some of the episodes when I was younger and found them very entertaining...I am waiting for the episodes to come out on DVD so I can bring back the memories. I even collected a sticker album that complemented the episodes. Ah the great times we have when you're 12 years old!

      The voices are clearly something that stays with you...they fit the characters very well even though Rambo is a bit livelier than the movie character...



      Anyone wants to bring back cartoon memories of the 80's...watch this, there are not many episodes anyway (I think a couple of seasons)...moreless
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